Antique 1900s Edwardian Diamond and Sapphire Snake Ring
A stunning Edwardian antique 14ct rose gold, sapphire & diamond set snake ring.
The two intertwining snakes are featuring a rounded vibrant 0,1 ct sapphire stone and a 0,1 ct sparkly brilliant cut diamond, the band is hallmarked 585, standing for 14ct gold.
Snake rings were extremely popular in Victorian/Edwardian jewellery as snakes were symbolizing protection and eternal love.
Also historically, serpents and snakes have gained several allegorical meanings because of religious beliefs, cultural traditions and natural characteristics. They are indeed symbols of rebirth, transformation, immortality, and healing. In some cultures they even represented sex, fertility, secrets and rain.
If you are looking for a timeless and full of meanings present to yourself, a friend or your partner intertwined snake ring is the perfect choice.
Size: US 7.75;
Sapphire and diamond diameter: measuring 3-4mm (0,1 ct each);
Hallmarks: unmarked, tests as 14ct rose gold;
Era: Edwardian, early 1900's;
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